Best friends Marissa and Michelle get blackout drunk at an ex’s wedding and wake up to something much worse than a hangover.
Should you see it?
The cleverness of Two Girls, One Corpse doesn’t just end at the title; the script is very funny and smartly written. It’s also completely ridiculous, but the stakes are high and the jokes are hilarious, so I was engaged. The ending gets a little convoluted, but it makes sense based on what we learn about these characters.
It’s a show that’s part sitcom, part Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, part Murder She Wrote realness. However, it sometimes spins its wheels a little bit as the girls figure out the next clue. Basically, there may have been one too many fights about who gets to be Jessica Fletcher.
It’s obvious that Marissa Caldwell and Michelle Blanchard are friends in real life; they have an easy chemistry in their performance. They both have great comedic timing and play off each other perfectly. There are plenty of laughs to be had here as the girls piece together their lost night, one clue at a time. Two Girls, One Corpse really does pose an interesting question: how far would you go for your best friend?
But that’s just my opinion and I’d love to know what you think! What did you think of Two Girls, One Corpse? How far would you go for your best friend? Join the discussion in the comments below.